Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
The collection includes aerial photographs, publications, newspapers, magazines, correspondence, notebooks, color slides, glass slides, and maps.
The C-SPAN records consist of materials created and collected by the C-SPAN Corporation and its founder Brian Lamb from the years 1809, 1978-2012. The materials created by C-SPAN originate from 1978-2012, with one antique newspaper from 1809 gifted to Lamb. The records document C-SPAN's functions as a broadcasting network, as well as its continuing engagement in the political and public affairs sphere of the United States.
The James M. Buchanan papers consist of materials created primarily by economist James M. Buchanan (1919-2013) from the years 1936-2014. There are also materials created by the Center for Study of Public Choice, an academic unit associated with Virginia Tech (1969-1983) and George Mason University (1983-). The papers document Buchanan’s career and academic output, primarily in the field of public choice economics and political economy.
The collection includes World War II military letters, photography equipment, newspapers, correspondence, scrapbooks, notebooks, audiotapes, 8mm film reels, and military badges. The collection contains material from 1877-1895 and 1915-2002.
The Lavinia Scott papers consist of materials created and collected by missionary educator Lavinia Scott (1907 – 1997) covering circa 1900 – 1997. This includes materials created by the American Board of Commissioners of Foreign Missions, the United Church Board for World Ministries, the United Church of Christ, and South Africa’s Inanda Seminary. The collection covers Lavinia’s personal and professional life working and living as a missionary educator in South Africa.
Letter from Corporal Francis Ronien of the 2nd Rhode Island Infantry to his brother Henry, written on July 15, 1861.
Letter from Harry F. Byrd to Samuel Tuzzo regarding Presidential inauguration materials written on December 18, 1944.
Letter from Ambrose Henkel to his children, addressed to "Rev[erend] Socrates Henkel or David Row," written on January 2, 1866.
Letter from Senator James M. Mason to U.S. President James Buchanan, written on June 20, 1860.
Letter from Senator James M. Mason to U.S. Secretary of State William Marcy, written August 14, 1855.
Letter from unidentified Confederate soldier to his mother, written on January 29, 1863.
This collection includes correspondence between and from members of the Raleigh (also spelled Ralegh) and Carew families from around the early 1500s to 1652.
The collection includes artwork, campaign materials, correspondence, envelopes, indentures, maps, military paperwork, newspapers, paper currency, photographs, postcards, and publications on Virginia, particularly Fairfax County.
This collection includes economic reports, manuscripts, maps, newspaper clippings, and photographs. This collection contains materials from 1932 and 1956-2016